Bristol International Airport
Bristol International Airport Reviews
The West Country's Biggest Hub Jul 04, 2010
Bristol Airport was built during the war to help train pilots to land in the fog (due to it's high proximity, Bristol Airport has a lot of fog throughout the year) and has since been converted into a commerical airport travelling mostly to Western European destinations and offering chater flights to North Africa and parts of Eastern Europe. They also do transatlantic flights to New York Newark with Continental (althrough this will end in October 2010) and Orlando Sanford and Cancun in Mexico.
It has all the normal stuff you'd expect and serves a lot of low-cost airlines. Car rental is also availible. Don't be in a great rush to get there through as once past passport control, there's little of interest bar the usual duty-free and a couple resturants. There's also a ServiceAir lounge for certain airline club card holders (depending on their membership level). Bristol Airport claims to have around a 10 million footfall annually.
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